Radical product intervention could stifle choice, warns ABI

Otto Thoresen

The ABI claims that the FSA does not need to develop new rules and regulations or introduce further radical interventions which risk stifling the market and restricting consumer choice.

The trade body also highlighted its response to the FSA's discussion paper on product intervention stating the regulator would be better served focusing on more effective, proactive and consistent supervision and enforcement of existing rules that underpin the core principle of treating customers fairly. It added

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